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and you have become an indelible part of the history of this school并让自己也成为了学校历史中不可抹去的一部分a history that, as you all know, stretches back大家都知道 整个历史可以一直to well before the Civil War, back to 1826追溯到南北战争之前 追溯到1826年the year a child named Emperor Williams was born这一年 一个叫作皇帝?威廉姆斯的小孩出生了Now, Emperor was born into slavery皇帝一出生就成为了奴隶But as he grew up, he managed to teach himself to and write well enough但在成长过程中 他设法自学了读写to create a pass that allowed him to并自己写了一张通行come and go around the city without getting hassled让他能在城里自由行走But one day, his master saw the pass但有一天 他的主人看到了这张通行and he said, where did you learn to write like that问他 你是在哪学会写这个的Now, just imagine the fear Emperor must have felt when he heard that question请大家想象一下皇帝听到主人质问时的心理状态because remember, back then it was illegal for a slave to learn to or write要知道 当时奴隶学习读写是非法的So who knows what kind of punishment he may have gotten谁知道他会受到怎样的惩罚a beating, a whipping, even worse挨打 鞭挞 甚至更糟We dont exactly know what happened on that day我们不知道那一天实际发生了什么but we do know that when Emperor turned 32但我们知道皇帝32岁时after more than three decades in bondage, he became a free man终于挣脱了三十余年的枷锁 成为一个自由人He decided to stay in New Orleans, and he went on to become a minister他决定留在新奥尔良 并成为了一名牧师even founded a church right here in town甚至在城里建立了一座教堂And in 1869, when abolitionists, missionaries1869年 奴隶废除主义者和传教士black folks and white folks came together黑人和白人团结在一起to create a school for freed slaves here in New Orleans在新奥尔良为被释放的奴隶创建了一所学校Emperor was one of the original signers of the charter当时 皇帝就是学校章程的最初签署者之一They decided to name the school New Orleans University他们决定将学校命名为新奥尔良大学because even though most of the classes would be taught at a high school level or below虽然学校的大多数课程都只有高中或以下水平oh, their aspirations were much higher than that但他们的壮志要远高于此And when they laid the cornerstone for that当他们在圣查尔斯大街universitys first building down on St. Charles Avenue为学校的第一座建筑奠基时Emperor got a chance to speak皇帝终于迎来了发言机会201503/365221。

  • Good morning, everyone. This past week, weve seen the best and the worst of humanity. The heinous terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut, in Iraq and Nigeria. They showed us once again the depths of the terrorists depravity. And at the same time, we saw the world come together in solidarity. Parisians opening their doors to anyone trapped in the street, taxi drivers turning off their meters to get people home safety, people lining up to donate blood. These simple human acts are a powerful reminder that we cannot be broken and in the face of terror, we stand as one. In the wake of these terrible events, I understand the anxiety that many Americans feel. I really do. I dont dismiss the fear of a terrorist bomb going off. Theres nothing President Obama and I take more seriously though, than keeping the American people safe. In the past few weeks though, weve heard an awful lot of people suggest that the best way to keep America safe is to prevent any Syrian refugee from gaining asylum in the ed States. So lets set the record straight how it works for a refugee to get asylum. Refugees face the most rigorous screening of anyone who comes to the ed States. First they are fingerprinted, then they undergo a thorough background check, then they are interviewed by the Department of Homeland Security. And after that, the FBI, the National Counterterrorism Center, the Department of Defense and the Department of State, they all have to sign off on access. And to address the specific terrorism concerns we are talking about now, weve instituted another layer of checks just for Syrian refugees. There is no possibility of being overwhelmed by a flood of refugees landing on our doorstep tomorrow. Right now, refugees wait 18 to 24 months while the screening process is completed. And unlike in Europe, refugees dont set foot in the ed States until they are thoroughly vetted. Lets also remember who the vast majority of these refugees are: women, children, orphans, survivors of torture, people desperately in need of medical help. To turn them away and say there is no way you can ever get here would play right into the terrorists hands. We know what ISIL – we know what they hope to accomplish. They flat-out told us. Earlier this year, the top ISIL leader al-Baghdadi revealed the true goal of their attacks. Heres what he said, he said, “Compel the crusaders to actively destroy the gray zone themselves. Muslims in the West will quickly find themselves between one and two choices. Either apostatize or emigrate to the Islamic State and thereby escape persecution.” So its clear. Its clear what ISIL wants. They want to manufacture a clash between civilizations. They want frightened people to think in terms of “us versus them.” They want us to turn our backs on Muslims victimized by terrorism. But this gang of thugs peddling a warped ideology, they will never prevail. The world is united in our resolve to end their evil. And the only thing ISIL can do is sp terror in hopes that we will in turn, turn on ourselves. We will betray our ideals and take actions, actions motivated by fear that will drive more recruits into the arms of ISIL. Thats how they win. We win by prioritizing our security as weve been doing. Refusing to compromise our fundamental American values: freedom, openness, tolerance. Thats who we are. Thats how we win. May God continue to bless the ed States of America and God bless our troops.201511/412031。
  • You probably cannot imagine a world 你们可能无法想象一个without texting, emailing, blogging, friending, tweeting, googling 没有发信息 发电子邮件 写文 互粉 发推文 谷歌搜索and yes watching YouTube s 以及观看YouTube视频的世界probably when you are supposed to be studying on D-level 特别是在D层学习的时候I just learned that 我刚知道这个说法Yet, none of those verbs existed when I was in my cap and gown 我身着学位毕业那年 这些动词都不存在and now the world has over 2 billion people doing those things every day 而现在 世界上每天都有超过20亿人在做这些事情Back then, only really bad things went viral 当年 只有很糟糕的事才会像病毒一样扩散like mono 例如传染性单核细胞增多things you definitely did not want 这些东西你们显然不希望沾上边Now things, s, like David after Dentist or Psy Gangnam Style 现在 很多视频 如大卫拔牙之后 Psy的江南Styleor you know, the recent , a cats rescuing kids from vicious dogs go viral 还有最近猫从恶那里救下小孩的视频 都在疯狂扩散That proves it. The world has changed a lot since I graduated 这明了 世界自我毕业以来发生了重大变化The acceleration of technological progress is unmatched in our history 技术进步的加速在人类历史上是空前的And its not going to slow down 它不会减缓Its only going to speed up 只会提速So I want to share a few stories, 3 stories from my life 我希望分享我人生中的三个故事and how I think they can help you 讲讲它们对大家可能有什么帮助in the new, fast-moving world that youre about to enter 在你们即将步入的这一个快速变化的新世界中I joined Google during the height of the first .com boom in the late 1990s 我加入谷歌是在第一次.com繁荣鼎盛的1990年代Now I know this seems like ancient time to you guys 你们肯定觉得这是很古老的年代but it really was not that long ago 但实际上 当时离现在并没过多久At the time, I was newly married 当时我刚结婚and my husband and I decided to buy a house which was a huge decision 我和丈夫决定买一栋房子 这是很重大的决定We could barely afford the mortgage 我们还房贷有些吃力So we decided we would rent part of our house and the garage 于是决定将房子的一部分以及车库出租201511/412317。
  • Just think how much more progress we could have made over the past 40 years if wed had a Democratic president.让我们想想,如果有一个民主党总统,我们可以在过去的40年里取得多大的进步。Think about the lost opportunities of these past seven years on the environment and the economy, on health care and civil rights, on education, foreign policy and the Supreme Court.想想过去7年,我们在环境、经济、医疗、人权、教育、对外政策、最高法庭的机会上失去了多少。Imagine how far--we could have come, how much we could have achieved if we had--just had a Democrat in the White House.想想如果我们有一个民主党总统在白宫里,我们可能已经走了多远,取得了多大的成就。We cannot let this moment slip away.我们不能让这一刻溜走。We have come too far and accomplished too much.我们还要走得更远,取得更多成就。Now, the journey ahead will not be easy.现在,我们面前的路并不平坦。Some will say we cant do it, that its too hard, were just not up to the task.有人可能会说我们做不到,这太难了,我们无法胜任它。But for as long as America has existed, it has been the American way to reject cant-do claims and to choose instead to stretch the boundaries of the possible through hard work, determination, and a pioneering spirit.但是只要美国依然存在,它就会用我们美国的方法来对抗那些说我们不行的宣称,并相反地,选择通过苦干、决心和先锋的精神来拓展可能的边缘。It is this belief, this optimism that Senator Obama and I share and that has inspired so many millions of our supporters to make their voices heard.正是这种奥巴马议员和我共持的乐观的信念,激励着我们数百万的持者们喊出了自己的声音。So today I am standing with Senator Obama to say: Yes, we can!于是今天,我站在奥巴马议员这一边,说:“是的,我们能行!”And that together we will work-- well have to work hard to achieve universal health care.我们将一同努力——努力建设一个全民健康医疗体系。But on the day we live in an America where no child, no man, and no woman is without health insurance, we will live in a stronger America.而当我们有朝一日居住在一个让每个孩子、每个男人、每个女人都享有医疗保障的美国时,我们便拥有了一个更强大的美国。Thats why we need to help elect Barack Obama our president.这就是为什么我们要帮助巴拉克·奥巴马竞选总统的原因。201411/340438。
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